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I hope this is the place we visited, there were 2 barn museums, but the picture here makes me think this is the place. This would delight for alk ages, many miniatures of different kinds, farms, logging, New Salem, and more. All done by one...More
The detail in these miniatures is amazing. The collection is in a barn on two levels and it was warm the day we visited. There is no air conditioning but that did not distract from the experience. The buildings were constructed with evident care by...More
We stopped here on a tour of the Amana colonies. Located in a drafty barn, the day we arrived it was cold inside and out. The present owner is the son of the craftsman that made all of the small buildings. We started our self...More
Fascinating collection built many years ago now. Attention to detail was amazing. I'm always fascinated by what people decide to do with their time and talent. And this is a good example.
The only reason that I didn't give five stars is because the collection...More
We loved this place. I don't know if it was the amazing capacity for one man to have dedicated so much time to building these homes/barns/towns or the fact that we had been shopping in the Colonies all day and it was a great reprieve....More
What a great surprise to find this place. Our kids love anything "minature" so when we heard about The Barn we decided to stop. The craftsmanship, detail, time and effort that went into building these displays is amazing. We are not talking about a few...More
This was our second visit to the museum, but our first since we've had kids. Our 4 and 6 year old boys were along this time. The collection is mostly built by one man, and mostly during the 70's and early 80's when he died....More